Catch Portman later this month when Annihilation hits theaters February 23. Seeing as Portman could totally pass as Brown's big sister and also nails that look of intense concentration while moving stuff with her mind, this was a flawless choice.
Portman also appeared in a Stranger Things season three spoof, playing Eleven, whose nosebleed side effect from her powers was mimicked by new characters with increasingly absurd powers and accompanying side effects, like a character played by Aidy Bryant who can do a very good Borat impression which puts her in a coma for three days.
The video ends with Portman stabbing her interviewer in the forehead with a "Time's Up" pin and throwing him out of the window.
Portman's kicked things off with a monologue that played on NBC's persistent Olympics promotion, with cast members Kenan Thompson and Kate McKinnon interrupting to do sportscaster-style commentary.
Natalie Portman defended the Star Wars prequels and parodied Cardi B's "Bodak Yellow" in "Natalie's 2nd Rap", the follow-up to her first comedy rap song from 12 years ago.
Portman was interrupted mid-set by "field correspondent" Leslie Jones with some real-time feedback. Portman first portrayed Kennedy in the 2016 film, "Jackie". Tina Fey and Rachel Dratch also dropped to play colonial-era activists in a sketch about annoying Super Bowl fans.
Pelicans trade for Nicola Mirotic, send Asik to Chicago
This will be the big man's second stint with Chicago; he played for them from 2010-2012, his first two seasons in the league. According to multiple reports, Mirotic will head to the Pelicans with his 2018-19 contract option picked up by the team.
Aamir Khan takes on the Pad Man Challenge
The 'PadMan Challenge' was conceived by Arunachalam Murugunantham, the inventor of low-priced sanitary pad making machine. Veteran actress Shabana Azmi also shared a picture of herself with a pad, but without a caption.
Mesa Man Who Sold Ammo To Las Vegas Shooter Charged
Haig, 55, of Mesa, Ariz., is a senior engineer for Honeywell Aerospace, an aircraft engines and avionics manufacturer in Phoenix . Haig's name was mistakenly released when a judge in Nevada made the police warrant public without redacting Haig's name.